It didn’t look like this in the first 12 months.
After about 18 months it settled in to looking like it does now
I think the 2 lessons are: do what your surgeon says and have patience.....oh and thirdly, don’t rely on medical science for good health....get off your arse and ‘move’ ......plus stop eating crap and drinking more booze than commonsense tells you.
After looking at many pics on here I’ve come to the conclusion that the slimmer, fitter and healthier you are; the better the outcome.
The final frontier. Deciding when, if and how.
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65, Titan Touch 22cm+1.5cm rte's op done in Melbourne, Australia Feb 2017 Venous leakage over a previous 2 year period, did pills and Caverject. Length 2 years+ post-op is 7.5” erect, 6.5” flaccid and almost 6” girth
I had surgery for partially or maybe even mostly cosmetic reasons. I had 2 doctors tell me that even though Peyronie's Disease had left me with a 90 degree bend and a bad hourglass deformity I should not have graft surgery and do plication instead. I was told that graft surgery usually failed and left you with permanent ED. I had plication surgery and hated the results. I lost about 2 inches, about 30 degrees of bend, still had a good sized dent in my penis and quite a bit of narrowing after the lesion. I think it was a godsend that 2 weeks after I saw my first post surgery erection I was back to being just as bent as ever. I found a doctor who did graft surgery with full knowledge that if it failed I could get an implant. After about 2 years pills lost the ability to give me a useable erection and that is what I did. 9 months post surgery I could be happier. My only regret is not insisting on an implant earlier but I'm happy with the way things turned out.
57, not married, Peyronies Disease in 2014, plication surgery 2016, failed, grafted in 2016, implant Dec. 27 2018. Titan 20cm +1RTE